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MYSTERY OF A DITCH.

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TWENTY WORKING HOURS J

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SCENE OF THE PONTYCYMMER TRAGEDY.

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WRIGHT IN THE WR0N6.

GREAT WYRLEY THREATS.

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LIMERICK" CONTESTS.

A PENARTH WANDERER.

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A PENARTH WANDERER. Louisa Maud Cook was charged at Penarth Police Court on Wednesday with having no faxed abode and sleeping out on the seats of the Penarth Esplanade. P.C. Daniel Jones stated that defendant had been about the town over a week. She had been dismissed from service, and refused to accept any help. She was given lodgings in the police cells at Penarth on Fri- day last, but was very impudent to the inspec- tor for sheltering her. Some philanthropic ladies in the town had also offered to get her into a home, but she refused to go. In reptv to Dr. Howell liees, defendant said she had friends at Abergavenny, but she would not go to them. Defendant, who a.p ~->r-o() dazed and not able to comprehend wb >ing said to her, wpa discharged tt and advised to leave thè district.

COLLIERY HAULIER ARRESTED.

" I HAVE DONE IT."

THE INJURIES DESCRIBED.

;THE VICTIM'S FAMILY.

ACCUSED IN COURT.

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PETROL DANCERS IN LONDON.

SHIPBUILDING DISPUTE.

MANGLED ON THE LiNE.